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However, reports are in that anyone with a PubMed / NCBI account can sign up on the PubMed home page: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedcommons/join/
They could have included a neutral (non-framed) condition, so 1) no text on package, 2) "atheist" on package, 3) (random text) on package. Or; since they're trying to confirm the hypothesis that this has something to do with religion, 3) (random text) on package and 4) "In God we trust" on package (or something similar).
Statistics seem fine to me (like person below me said).
Either way, I really like the blue shoes and the price looks good to, I might order me a pair and ask for them to put "KILL ALL CHRISTIANS" on the box.
Prayer helps. Couldn't hurt.
Actually, it can.
All my previous study pals who got an MA in literature ended up jobless or somewhere completely outside of their field of study.
Some of my readers ask me what a "Serial Port" is. The answer is: I don't know. Is it some kind of wine you have with breakfast?